Cape Town Restaurants Cape Town Overview
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Tamboerskloof Sushi restaurant
Located in Gardens, Tamboerskloof, Kyoto Garden Sushi enchants with a beautiful setting and soothing waterfall.
The Zen inspired décor wraps the mood in tranquil ambiance as the creative tastes of sushi melt in the mouth enjoyed with a complimenting Japanese beer.
Visit Kyoto Garden Sushi for a taste of Japan in the heart of Gardens, Tamboerskloof.
Constantia Bistro restaurant
This beautiful, stylish eatery is situated at the Alphen Boutique Hotel. With rolling lawns and tranquil surroundings this restaurant provides a haven for connoisseur foodies.
Enjoy a hearty breakfast that will get you ready for a day of exploring. Amazing omelettes, the traditional and ever-popular eggs Benedict, flapjacks and a range of breads and pastries that will boggle the mind are on offer. There is even a gluten free option available.
All the ingredients used are the freshest produce, some even as fresh as being picked from the garden. Try a sumptuous burger with a variety of toppings or the perfectly braised lamb pie with sweet potato. A selection of refreshing beverages are served, including alcohol.
The selection of decadent desserts are truly wicked so if you are trying to be good, don't put a foot in the door. There is also a deli counter with an array of cheeses and preserves.
La Belle offers something for everyone and provides the backdrop for a perfect meal.
Sea Point Bistro restaurant
Large wine barrels coax with casual blackboards showcasing the menu offering anything and everything from French to pastas, curry, confit duck and affordable wines.
Dine alfresco taking in the bustling main road, heated during the winter or inside dressed with rustic décor, shabby walls and intimate corners.
The menu offers a fixed price 3 course meal, affordably priced and a decadent desert to round off the meal.
Pop into La Boheme and surprise yourself with tantalizing dishes and affordable prices on Main Road, Sea Point.
Cape Town Italian restaurant
Located along Sir Lowry Road, this unpretentious eatery attracts diners and food lovers who relish food the Italian way.
Whether meeting for drinks, unwinding the day’s events or celebrating a special occasion, this little gem in Bucharian Square is the place to be.
Sea Point Contemporary restaurant
This bistro-style restaurant is situated in the popular Regent Road in Sea Point. La Bruixa serves fine cuisine gourmet style without losing the heartiness that keeps diners coming back. With competitive prices and great quality, this restaurant makes fine dining accessible to the man on the street.
The ambience and atmospere is relaxed and laid-back, in stark contrast to the busy surroundings observable from the sidewalk seating. The wine bar serves an impressive selection of vintages, catering for all palates and tastes. Over sixty wines are available by the glass.
The menu changes regularly to take full advantage of seasonal ingredients and the chefs know just how to combine them.
Treat yourself to a relaxed meal paired with a gorgeous wine while soaking up the culture of Sea Point.
Hout Bay South African restaurant
The white scrubbed interior shaded in light airy ambiance entertains with large benches and tables, a long wooden bar spurted from a tree and entertainment that extends from sports to music and a large outdoor kids fantasy area.
A beach bar captures scenes from a secluded island, imagine sipping cocktails alongside idle chat and kids darting around, totally captivated by their imaginations, while you relax and indulge in a little bit of glee.
La Cabane feasts the palate with hearty breakfasts, languid lunches and light meals, perfectly balanced to satisfy adult and kiddies appetites, entertaining the whole family in the heart of Hout Bay.
Constantia Fusion restaurant
Tucked away under gigantic palms and oak trees, with the gentle sound of water in the background, La Colombe overlooks a secluded courtyard. This is a special occasion experience in a tranquil and unrushed atmosphere.
The restaurant seats a minimum of 70 guests and a maximum of 100 guests, weather permitting. The Gazebo is the perfect venue for a smaller gathering of 12 guests. The Palm Room at La Colombe is a gracious venue with a delightful setting for private parties of 12 to 40 people, weather permitting.
With its old-world colonial charm, the Palm Room has its own bar and elegant dining table for special events. Luke Dale-Roberts was appointed executive chef of this award-winning restaurant in November 2006. La Colombe was voted Best Restaurant in Africa and the Middle East and 28th Best Restaurant in the World in 2006 by UK Restaurant Magazine. From here Luke has elevated the dining experience most recently winning the 2008 Prudential Eat Out Chef of the Year and Restaurant of the Year award.
Luke creates food for the discerning diner in search of imagination and superb technique. He starts with the thought that "A dish has to be understandable and have bold flavours. From that I build it and add textures and presentation. I’m always tweaking and refining to find a dish’s full potential. My mantra is ‘taste, taste, taste!"
Open 7 days a week Lunch: 12:30-14:30 Dinner: 19:30-21:30 Closed Christmas Night New Year's Day Sunday evenings in the winter months.
Hout Bay Bistro restaurant
The menu is fresh and flavoursome serving up sumptuous and hearty food you can relate too. From healthy homemade buffet style breakfasts and lunches to deliciously wholesome iced smoothies, this bistro has become a firm favourite with locals and visitors alike.
Savour the taste of perfectly roasted chicken or a succulent piece of steak with a pile of frites and mayo alongside a refreshing glass of wine in this ‘friendly, warm and vibrant heart of Hout Bay'.
The interior is smooth and elegant with rich wooden tables, contrasting orchids and chairs giving it that home away from home feel. Inspirational quotes grace the blackboards suspended from exposed beams enhancing the ambience with a touch of feel good purpose.
The food is freshly prepared, seasonal and organic. La Cuccina is open from Tuesday to Sunday for early breakfast until 5pm.
Plumstead Grills restaurant
The interior is small and cosy, noted as the longest trading restaurant in Plumstead.
Expect top quality fresh ingredients, matured meat, and fresh fish that arrives daily, all served with the freshest home cooked vegetables.
Try the pepper fillet, seafood platter, Bombay tiger prawns and the seafood soup. Kiddies are taken care of with a delicious kiddies menu.
Visit La Grotto Seafood and Grill in Plumstead for authentic bistro tastes.
Durbanville Italian restaurant
For good, wholesome food done the Italian way in a family-run restaurant, try La Masseria.
The setting perfectly complements the theme with the restaurant being situated within an old Evertsdal Estate wine cellar dating back to 1680.
Enjoy delicious food and stunning views in true Italian hospitality at La Masseria.
Clifton Mediterranean restaurant
La Med is on a 'beauty nap' until September.The venue offers the most stunning panoramic sea and mountain views with ‘out of this world’ sunsets. In summer, whilst soaking up the sun, relax on the deckwith a cocktail. La Med is also famous for its electric atmosphere during livesporting events shown on their big screen.Once the sun goes down the fun begins, with local DJ's mixing it up on the decks and barmen mixing it up with the cocktails. And don't miss the Goldfish Submerged Sundays!
Milnerton South African restaurant
This restaurant is a fantastic asset to the Lagoon Beach Spa Hotel and boasts a one-of-a-kind breathtaking view over the Atlantic Ocean, of Robben Island and of the world-famous Table Mountain.
The restaurant has a large wooden pool deck offering direct access to the beach. Here you can simply kick back and relax and enjoy a light meal or a sundowner, or both.
If you’re on the lookout for something light and tasty, while enjoying another glorious sunset, this is the place to be. La Mizu offers amazing food and a huge and well chosen selection of wines and beers. Awesome mixed cocktails can be enjoyed as well.
Enjoy a tasty fish and chips, an authentic Cape Malay curry or a deluxe cheese burger made to perfection.
La Mizu offers a laid-back dining experience with world-class views.
Sea Point French restaurant
Located in the old Europa and Russel’s Carvery building, La Moutte has feathered her nest and called Regent Road her home.
Translated, La Moutte means seagull in French, and with the perfect location, squawking seagulls and fresh sea breeze, what better place to enjoy a little taste of France.
The storytelling interior paraded by old character features, fireplaces and regal dining rooms makes for an enjoyable, happy and friendly atmosphere.
The French inspired menu pampers with upper class cuisine and orgasmic deserts in a cosy and intimate setting.
Sea Point Italian restaurant
Situated in a perfect spot on the Sea Point beach front, La Perla has long established itself as one of Cape Town’s premier venues.
An authentic Italian menu with a focus on superb seafood proffers the finest dishes made with fresh ingredients, including homemade pastas and home-grown vegetables from La Perla’s own farm.
A carefully compiled wine list full of excellent wines that provide the perfect accompaniment to your meal is the finishing touch to your wonderful dining experience at La Perla.
Muizenberg Deli restaurant
Tucked away in a tiny shop in Muizenberg Village, master baker Hasan produces the most delectable artisanal bread and pastries from his tiny bakery, La Petite Boulangerie. A favourite with locals, the quality of the baked goods at this hidden gem is world class.
Most of the deli is taken up by industrial ovens, but there is enough seating at the counter and in the tiny courtyard for a quick coffee with friends. Designed more as an express bakery, pastries such as croissants and muffins call from the counter. Locals flow in to collect their daily bread, still warm from the oven, as others gather and catch up on local news.
Famous for their exceptional bread, La Petite Boulangerie supply restaurants all over Cape Town. Stop by for coffee, warm bread and conversation with the Muizenberg Village locals.
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